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Saving lives at notorious Jumpinpin Bar

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There were two rescues and I was driving for one of them; a boat got overturned on an outgoing tide and another went belly up on the bar on the incoming tide. This new boat is marvellous and combined with the SeaPro engines it is a dream to operate.” In a rescue situation, especially in the chaotic conditions that exist …

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Fishing inside coastal bar entrances can be productive

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Hi Everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week, unfortunately the weather gods have been testing our patience again with big swells putting a stop to offshore fishing and inshore anglers trying to dodge the wind and rain on the Gold and Tweed Coasts. Hopefully next week is looking better for having some School Holiday fun on the water. Let’s …

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Jumpinpin Fishing Well for Tailor and Jewfish

Hello everyone!  Brett has taken some well-earned leave for a week or two, so the fishing report has been left up to me this week.  From all the reports we hear it has  been a good week to get out and about on the Gold Coast and chase a few fish. We are still experiencing some very unseasonably warm weather …

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Jumpinpin Producing Trevally and More

What a fantastic start to May on the Gold Coast, light winds and blue skies put a big smile on everyone’s faces. We have a great weather forecast on the way for the weekend, so let’s have a look at how the fishing was this week. Customers have reported plenty of bait schools moving through the Jumpinpin Bar area which …

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Good Results from Jumpinpin Region

The Coomera River has been hot and cold with regards to whiting and we’ve had to try a number of places before getting onto the fish. Even then the bites haven’t been steady throughout the session because there’s often a mad flurry of activity and hooked fish followed by long periods of no action whatsoever. The kids have been pretty good during …

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Flathead and more around Jumpinpin

At the time of writing my report the forecast for the weekend will be strong SE winds on Friday then easing on Saturday.My pick off the days will be Sunday to get out amongst the fish. If you have any great catches to report or fishing photos please email them to brett@coomerahouseboats.com.au Good luck with the Fishing. Brett Coomera Bait …

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Mud crabs a good target on Gold Coast

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Hi Everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week, the Sunshine has been a sight for sore eyes on the Gold and Tweed Coasts after the massive dumping of rain we copped last week. Hundreds of millimetres of rain wreaked havoc throughout the Tweed and Gold Coast rivers and waterways with massive amount of fresh water and debris scattered everywhere. …

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Heavy falls and massive tides make it tough on Gold Coast

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Hi Everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week, the wet weather has continued once again seeing a massive amount of rainfall on the Tweed and Gold Coast. Conditions have been average to spend time outdoors, those keen enough to brave the rain have managed to find a feed. Good news the weekend is looking much better for heading out …

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Strong winds can make for difficult fishing

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Hi Everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week, hiding out of the strong winds has been difficult making fishing pretty hard going on the Gold and Tweed Coasts lately.  Good news as we head into the weekend with some great weather conditions on the way. Let’s see what’s been happening this week. Tailor have been dominating the catches around …

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Goodbye to winter and hello to springtime

Springtime

HI Everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week, as we say goodbye to winter and hello to springtime, the weather has certainly heated up on the Gold and Tweed Coasts.  Fisheries Queensland has made some major changes to the rules as of September 1, 2019. Please see the link in the report to make sure you’re up to date …

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